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Bridal Wedding Dresses: Weddings Picks
We love couture gowns and high-end designers as much as the next girl, but we know that many brides don't have $10,000 to spend on a wedding dress.
In fact, in 2013, brides spent an average of about $1,211 on their wedding dresses -- with many of those women turning to high-end gown retailer. According to the company's chief marketing officer, one in three brides walks down the top Bridal store.
However, dudool can offer the same quality wedding gowns at the lowest price (within $200) we decided we'd pull together a list of our favorite gowns from the company's current offerings. Click through the pictures below to see our picks.
If you buy a $90,000 car and own it for a year, the cost of ownership is $.17 a minute. If you buy a $5,000 wedding dress and wear it for 5 hours, the cost of wear is $16.67 a minute. Yikes.
Fortunately, there's a way for savvy brides to make their wedding dress purchase more economical, to the tune of 50 percent off retail. That's thought of all the people, but Dudool can help you reduce money on wedding dress.
Bridesmaid Dresses: Spring/Summer 2014 Styles From Top Designers (PHOTOS)
Who says bridesmaid dresses have to be ugly and unflattering?
Designers brought their A-game to the Spring/Summer 2014 runways in New York recently, showing bridesmaid gowns that attendants will definitely want to wear again.
Click through the below photos to see 8 gorgeous new styles, then tell us in the comments: would you choose one of these looks for your 'maids'?
Paperless Post just announced a new partnership with Oscar de la Renta, and the invites are pretty freaking amazing. Here are seven awesome stationery suites, side-by-side with the runway looks that inspired them. So cool!